Aetna Whole Health Plans - CHI Health, Nebraska (NE) - Southwest Iowa (IA)

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A better way that works
Doctor-driven, member-focused health care

It’s really quite simple. Aetna Whole Health plans are doctor-driven. That means we’ve designed a health care model that allows doctors and their care teams to do what they’ve been trained to do — provide quality medical care. We share actionable data, guide members to efficient providers and pay doctors, in part, for better outcomes.

This helps them:

  • Shift their focus from reacting to members as they come into their offices to proactively addressing their health issues
  • Amplify their caregiving efforts as they evolve from treating individual cases to addressing their entire member population
  • Enhance communication and information sharing between doctors, specialists, labs, emergency rooms and skilled nursing facilities across the health system

The all-important proof

Take a look at how Aetna Whole Health plans deliver transformative savings:

The secret to health care success:
more satisfied, engaged members

Empowering your employees to be more engaged in their own health care isn’t just good for their minds and bodies — it’s great for your business.

Study after study shows that the more engaged people are with their health care, the healthier they’ll be.3 And Americans say they’re more likely to follow prescribed treatment plans if they receive encouragement and coaching between doctor visits.4

So, we turn mountains of medical data into actionable information that supports a 360-degree view of each member in a population. That helps providers identify issues, build personalized care plans and keep their members healthy or improve their health.

1 Includes all product ACO models through Q3 2015 reconciliation results, as compared to expected target costs.

2 Aetna internal data for product ACOs effective as of January 1, 2014, and in place for at least one year.

3 Kish, Leonard. The Blockbuster Drug of the Century: An Engaged Patient. HL7 Standards Blog. August 28, 2012. Available at: Accessed April 22, 2016.

4 Congdon, Ken. The Shocking Truth About Patient Engagement. Health IT Outcomes. September 6, 2012; Available at: Accessed April 5, 2016.